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Restaurant Mocks Customer For Paying Meal In Coins




  • One customer treated his friends to lunch at a restaurant in Lynchburg, Virginia.
  • Cohen Naulty used $20 and coins, that he got as a tip from his job, to pay for the meal.
  • The restaurant then took to Facebook to mock the teen’s choice of payment.

Coins and banknotes are the same — they are used to legally pay for anything. While notes are easier to bring and us3, coins are probably much needed in establishments as they usually give changes to their customers every single day.

However, one restaurant clearly prefers to receive notes than coins. Customer Cohen Naulty , 17, took some of his friends for a meal at Beer 88, a restaurant located in Lynchburg, Virginia using the cash he earned from tips as a Country Kitchen server. When they were done eating, the teen took out a $20 bill and some coins to pay the $45 bill plus a tip worth $10.

Instead of being appreciative that the customer paid and even gave a tip, the restaurant took to Facebook to share its dismay for receiving coins.

The restaurant wrote:

“We’ll just caption this…How NOT to pay at a restaurant, cause that’s the nicest thing we can think to say about this ridiculousness.”

Of course, Naulty and his buddies were surprised that the restaurant bashed him on social media. He shared that he doesn’t have a car to drive around and change his coins to bills anytime he wants. The most important part that Naulty paid the right amount, he didn’t haggle, and he even left a tip.

Following the post, the restaurant was bashed by netizens. Beer 88 then responded by claiming that the original post was nothing more than a joke.

The management posted:

“Obviously the SARCASM and HUMOR of this post is lost on most of y’all.”

But many aren’t buying the “humor” in the post, especially because of the hashtags “wearebeer88notcoinstar #anybodyneedchange #nohometraining, #atleasttheyleftatip, and #workingwiththepublic used by the restaurant.

The said post has since been deleted.

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